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Monday, March 13, 2017
TSMC Receives HPC Chip Orders From Nvidia, Qualcomm


Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has received orders for high performance computing (HPC) chips for AI applications from Nvidia and Qualcomm, according to a report from the Chinese Commercial Times.



TSMC will produce Nvidia's next generation Volta GPU using a 12nm process, said the paper, which added that the Volta GPU will be paired with Nvidia's Xavier supercomputer chips for self-driving car applications.

TSMC also produces the 256-core Nvidia Pascal GPU and dual-core Denver 2 CPU for Nvidia's recently released JetsonTX2 supercomputer platform, using a 16nm process, the paper indicated.

Meanwhile, TSMC also landed earlier orders for the Centriq 2400 server chips from Qualcomm. TSMC has begun volume production of the Centriq 2400 chips, using a 10nm process, the paper added.



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